Black Swan Film Poster Reimagined
This stopped me in my tracks when I first saw it. So simple and effective. I’m sure the film company would never go for it, as it doesn’t feature Natalie Portman’s face or ballerinas (though you’d think Bodoni’s elegant curves would be enough). I wonder what Yves Peters over on the Fontfeed’s ScreenFonts would make of it?
Typographic movie poster
by Oscar Martinsson
The Declaration of Independence, by Thomas Jefferson. 1776.
reblog and make a wish!
Carmello supply for life!!!
HD V-ROD with Dreamachine V-ROD KIT - military green.
Brush your shoulders off
Star Motorcycles (Star is a Yamaha Brand) are currently running a build off on their recently released Bolt.
Above I have placed one picture of each of the ten entries in order of my preference from left to right, top to bottom.
Although the crappy picture of the first one isn’t doing it any favours, it is the one that I would most like to put in my garage.
Would you believe my favourite is coming last in the voting with only 31 votes and my least favourite is leading the votes with 1000+ !
If you want to vote, do so here.
Which is your favourtie?
Have any of you played this with your students? It’s SO much fun and they love it! You can take vocabulary or spelling words, and assign one to each student. They need to come up with a picture that represents that word, as well as a motion (nothing spoken, just a motion). Then you call up each…
1921 Indian Board Track Racer
After enjoying their last book, Scripts: Elegant Lettering from Design’s Golden Age), I’m looking forward to this new release from Steven Heller and Louise Fili next month.
Shadow Type presents a broad spectrum of examples—advertising, shop signs, billboards, posters, type-specimen books—featuring the most popular, rare, and (nearly) forgotten dimensional letters from Europe and the United States. Compiled by the leading historian of graphic design Steven Heller and renowned graphic designer Louise Fili. Hardcover available this September from PAPress!